Murfreesboro, TN Real Estate Tennessee Info

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Murfreesboro ranks 20th in nation in “most affordable homes” category of Money’s 2010 Best Places to Live list for the nation’s small cities

Stones River National Battlefield, located in Murfreesboro, was one of the the Civil War’s fiercest battles. The antebellum mansions found at the Sam Davis home and the Oaklands Historic House Museum are linked to this pivotal period in this nation’s history.

If you’re coming to visit Murfreesboro, Tennessee, you’ll want to visit our Heritage Center and the county courthouse.

Murfreesboro’s Middle Tennessee State University (MTSU), with over 23,000 students, is the largest undergraduate university in the state.

A city committed to “creating a better quality of life,” Murfreesboro is a dynamic, fast-growing city that plays hosts to over 70,000 full-time residents. Once the state’s capitol, Murfreesboro remains Rutherford’s county seat.

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